Google and Microsoft are adding AI chatbots to their productivity suites, which could tell us a lot about where artificial intelligence is going next.
The company has introduced new versions of Bing and Edge that deeply integrate an upgraded version of OpenAI's ChatGPT. Let the AI war begin.
The deal, which is rumored to be valued around $10 billion, will make Microsoft a key player in OpenAI's development and research.
Some of the most meaningful expansions of Apple's services to Windows are starting to roll out.
Microsoft is officially retiring the browser today, and a future update will disable it entirely.
By bringing tools like Visual Studio 2022 to ARM as well as selling a dedicated developer PC, Microsoft hopes to expand Windows on ARM in a new way.
It's now much easier to change your default browser in Microsoft's latest OS.
Taskbar improvements and major app upgrades are also in tow in Windows 11's first major update.
The new update will also include redesigned versions of the Notepad and Media Player apps, as well as upgrades for the taskbar.
The Insider build it comes in also has a slew of UI tweaks and bug fixes.
The company is the latest in a swarm of announcements to confirm its absence from the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Amazon app store is now live for Windows Insiders with a selection of 50 apps to test drive.
The service launches today and is available on the web, iOS, Android, and Windows 11 as a widget.
The company's next Surface event could also showcase a new Surface Book with a non-detachable display.
You should probably see if your PC's even gonna get it, though.
It's all in a push to drive more users to Office web apps, which might not be a good idea.
Now, running Windows 11 isn't too much of a risk.
It's laying the foundation for people to do amazing things with Windows, while also trying to convince people to upgrade with flashy new features.
Will it impress? Will it take Windows into a prosperous future?
It gives us a sense of direction for Windows, but no clear context.